For everyone who has been wishing more first-run Imax movies would come to D.C., I have good news.
First, the rereleased 3D, Imax version of "The Polar Express" will screen daily beginning this Wednesday at the Samuel C. Johnson Imax Theater in the Museum of Natural History. Showtimes are at 5 and 7 p.m. Even though "The Polar Express" arrives on DVD tomorrow, the opportunity to see it on a huge screen in three-dimensions may make a trip to Natural History worthwhile, especially if you're looking for holiday-oriented things to do with the kids.
Harry Potter fans also can take heart: On Dec. 16, the Imax version of "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire" comes to the Lockheed Martin Theater at the Air and Space Museum. Given Harry's box office performance over the weekend, I'd imagine plenty of wizard wannabes will line up to see the Imax version. Both of these are promising developments that hopefully signal the arrival of more Imax movies in D.C.'s future. In the meantime, count these as two early holiday gifts from the Cinematic Santa Claus.
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